We are hosting a colloquium on digital visualisation in the humanities at the University of Reading, UK on March 31st, funded by the British Academy’s Rising Star Engagement Award scheme.
Final programme here. Speakers include:
- Prof James Packer – creator with Gil Gorski of a new digital model of the Roman Forum
- Tayfun Oner – creator of digital models of Byzantium and Babylon
- Patrick Gibbs of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, York
- Luke Lavan, of Kent’s Visualising Late Antiquity project
… and a range of speakers from the UK, Sweden, Italy, and Cyprus, discussing a variety of academic and commercial reconstruction and visualisation projects.
We will leave time for plenary discussion, and for demonstrations/displays of visualisation projects. If you are a researcher, student, professional, or aficionado of digital visualisation in any humanities context we would love to see you there. Lunch provided.
Please click the link for the Final programme (and NB that this may be subject to a change or two).
All welcome: please contact Elisabeth Meijer (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to come.